big data

“In God we trust. All others must bring data.”

“In God we trust. All others must bring data.” The quote above, made by W. Edwards Deming, refers mainly to the importance of data measurement and analysis when doing business. In IT, like in business, data analysis is equally important. Thus, for the last decade, we have been talking about Data Warehouses, Big Data, Data […]

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Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Savior of Data Lakes or Populist Promise?

Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Savior of Data Lakes or Populist Promise? In an increasingly complicated world you would like to see easy solutions for difficult problems. Is a Data Catalog the solution or an inflated promise when companies meet Big Data challenges? Introduction The development of artificial intelligence (AI) requires high-quality and versatile data. Not […]

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Cloud transformation now and in the future

In late January, an event called Tivi Cloud & Data Center 2019was arranged in Finland, which succinctly bundled up the challenges and opportunities in cloud and data center solutions. There is no one-size-fits-all model for optimum management of IT infrastructure. The cloud has created new expectations of IT. Different user groups require fast operating capabilities, […]

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The new Norway must build on the old one

Computer technology is changing the world, but in pursuit of the new Norway, it is easy to forget that most of the future solutions will be built in interaction with the old one Under the theme “The hunt for the new Norway”, NTNU, Sintef, Tekna and the Research Council of Norway will arrange the traditional […]

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Become a BlueSmartie at IBM

Are you familiar with programming, do you understand basic IT architecture and do you want to be a student worker at IBM – working on projects within IoT, Blockchain, Big Data and Watson? Starting last year we ran a pilot in Denmark, where we allowed technically skilled students to work with prototyping on real live […]

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From traditional operations to a technology-led model requires a profound shift in mindset

In our last blog, we talked about how Danske Bank , in collaboration with IBM, applied disruptive technology to minimize business disruption on infrastructure. This was done by employing advanced automation and analytics with the IBM Service Platform Watson. Such a fundamental shift, from an execution that is practitioner-led and technology driven to one that […]

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Fast Track your Way to AI – Join Watson Build 2018

After a highly successful Watson Build Challenge 2017, where innovative cognitive solutions from European Business Partners took the first and second place in the Global Championship, we are thrilled to announce Watson Build 2018. To give you a fast start for your participation, we are inviting you to join our Watson Build Workshop in Holte […]

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Media Retention – a step towards GDPR compliance!

In the eve of the new GDPR legislation, it is more important than ever to make your customer data your top priority. With IBM’s Media Retention service you have greater control over sensitive data by helping you keep your failed media components. With Media Retention you can better manage regulatory compliance to avoid GDPR related […]

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A perspective on collaboration and co-development in today’s digital era

During the last year, I have with curiosity seen new types of partnerships being established between “traditional” ICT players and industrial companies. New commercial models, sometimes consumption-based, are being proposed by vendors, and sometimes also expected by clients in the ICT industry. The range of services and deliverables, and the ways how companies develop these, […]

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